The Lost Loch Distillery
Located on the historic eastern shore of Loch Auchlossan, the Lost Loch Distillery
is nestled between forest and farmland on the edge of the Cairngorm National Park.
Our ethos is to be inventive in our thinking, to look at history for inspiration and to produce a range of unique spirits that have local provenance and an international appeal.
Mark Reynolds, Top Baconeer – Head of Ideas & Drive Train at Piggery Smokery, chats with Lost Loch Spirits about epic bacon, mezcal (and the worm) and American biker gangs If you’re partial to a bacon sarnie, you really must try Piggery-Smokery. They create bespoke, artisan & good au... more
Gregor Niall Maclean, Director at Huffman’s, chats with Lost Loch Spirits about Sweetdram Escubac, Walt Disney and dodgy waiters Huffman Prairie is the name of the grounds where the Wright Brothers, the pioneers of flight designed and built the first practical aircraft. In the summer of 2016, Ramo... more
Coby Young, a bartender at Aberdeen’s Grape & Grain, chats with Lost Loch Spirits about Scottish eau de vie and sampling cocktails If you have yet to visit Grape & Grain, next time you find yourself in Aberdeen’s West End – you should! It is a luxurious bar, which is warm and welcoming... more
Fred Stockton, the man behind Alexander’s gin, chats with Lost Loch Spirits about gin, vanishing tricks and proposals Alexander’s gin is inspired by a juniper and orange infusion served by a distiller from an island where the Caribbean meets the Atlantic. Lost Loch were lucky enough to meet Fred... more
Deeside Water Company’s Commercial Manager chats with Lost Loch Spirits about water, strange German spirits and taxi fare confusion Did you know? Water from Deeside is fundamentally different. Deeside Water Company’s Mineral Water has a unique natural chemistry and smaller molecular... more
Gin & Absinthe School
Spend the day with us and master the ancient art of distilling.
Design and distil your own bespoke gin or absinthe under the tutelage of our master distiller. Learn about botanicals and their origins, what flavours go together and how the distilling process works. The day includes use of your own or shared still, tastings, lunch and a 70cl bottle of your distilled creation to take home and enjoy.
Gin & Absinthe School open 2018.
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